Welcome to our skating family here at the Medicine Hat Skating Club.
Founded in 1959, the Medicine Hat Skating Club has become a leader in the community. Our stability results from the loyal dedication and hard work of many volunteers and amazing families that put their trust in us to help develop their child both on and off the ice to be the best they can be. We continue to strive to expand our programs and offerings to the community and surrounding area.
We are proud of the Elite coaching staff we have here, who continually strives to expand their knowledge and provide the most cutting edge techniques to all our students. Former National Champion and Head Coach Sarah Schmidek, Coach Ashley Pasiciel and Coach Euphoria Wallace together generate love and passion for skating from their own successes on and off the ice.
The ultimate goal of our club is to help each skater maximize their skill potential, gain confidence, learn respect, achieve discipline and be inspired to be the best they can be. These are all attributes that will help them accomplish success in sport and in life.
At this club “We don’t just develop great skaters… We develop great people!”
Club Mission Statement
The Medicine Hat Skating Club will promote and provide high quality skating programs for individuals of all ages in a friendly and safe environment. We will provide and develop all skating skills for hockey, figure skating, or recreational skating, as well as good sportsmanship, competitive spirit and life skills to our members.
The purpose and philosophy of the Medicine hat Skating Club is to encourage the instruction, practice, enjoyment and advancement of its members in all aspects of skating in accordance with the rules and policies of Skate Canada. All of our coaches are nationally certified with Skate Canada.
The objectives of the Medicine Hat Skating Club are to provide children aged 3 and up with a high quality of instruction in basic ice/figure skating in both group and private lesson situations. Our second objective is to encourage and enable all skaters to progress through the Skate Canada badge system. The third objective is to identify interested skaters and to inform them and their parents regarding the Medicine Hat Skating Club Test and Competitive programs.